We departed home a week ago today, the 29th, in a drizzle. The forecast was for a couple days of sun. Should have known better. We crossed Galveston Bay via ferry. Not Sally’s favorite mode of transportation.
Arrived at Brazos Bend State Park for a molded fiberglass gathering. A New Year’s tradition for lots of folks from around Houston, but our first time to attend.
We had an enjoyable four days of visiting and fellowship, topped off by a wonderful New Year’s feast. Sorry, but no pictures. And did I mention it rained?
By Saturday morning I was feeling mildewed. We broke down everything in a light rain and headed further West. Destination was to be Garner State Park some fifty miles West of San Antonio. A phone call to the park let us know that it was closed due to a special deer hunt. Plan B was to head for Canyon Lake, and Potters Creek COE campground. Arrived there to bright sunshine and a host couple we had met in Kansas last year. Quite a surprise.
We pulled most everything out of the truck so it could dry out. Made a token trip to downtown San Antonio for some shopping.
We’re enjoying our time here. Clear, cool, and breezy. Lots of deer and other wildlife.
And, some beautiful sunsets.
Just hanging out with friends, and slowly moving Westward……jc